AFA posts Part 2: The highlights of the booths

This is pretty much a gallery of all the cool and interesting stuff sold at AFA.

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Giant K-ON wallscroll, $86 😄

Also for sale was an exclusive only at the AFA K-On towel wif the 4 original members. Anyone wanna cough up $127 for such a towel?

An awesome Mio print, 10 f%$^!^#G dollars

$10 each too

GOZILLA

It’s not Japan-related until Gozilla shows up

Chibi Madoka

Chibi Homura

Weirdly enough at an anime convention, Star Wars

Oppai mousepads 😄

A very nice Madoka wallscroll

We got scolded for trying to take a picture of this wallscroll. The guy blocked the camera with his handfan as we whipped out the camera. Sadly, the fast shutter already took 17pics in the time it took him to raise his hand

Rin X3

A lil Miku

Nope, the car ain't for sale

Sayaka

Remilia and Flandre prints

Miku append wif her very skimpy outfit. The outfit is probably why no one cosplayed as Miku Append

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